What is Eat Well-Do Good? Every month I welcome old friends, new friends and soon-to-be friends around my table for a special dinner. But it’s more than a party. By combining grassroots philanthropy with a fun and festive evening, these dinners raise money to fight Alzheimer’s disease. More than 5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s. More than individual patients, Alzheimer’s affects entire families. Spouses and adult children become stressed and strained caregivers. Grandchildren and great-grandchildren miss the simple joys and fun adventures every child should enjoy with with Nana or Grandpop.
I’m still working on the menu for Sunday’s dinner but I’ll definitely start things offwith a summery salad. Looking for a few new salads to add to your repertoire? Give one of my favorite salads a try. The nice people at Olivia’s Organics sponsor my Eat Well-Do Good dinners and would like to offer Around the Table readers a coupon good for $1.00 off their next purchase of their favorite Olivia’s product
You can learn more about my Eat Well-Do Good project or contact me if you would like to join the party this coming Sunday! And if you cannot attend the dinner? Please feel free to make a donation to the Alzheimer’s Association through Team Libby. Team Libby is named for my mom, she is one of the more than 5 million Americans who suffers from Alzheimer’s. All donations are tax deductable and go directly to the Alzheimer’s Association.
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